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July 27, 1992 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Broker to Launch Hong Kong Fund: Nomura Securities Co., Japan's largest brokerage, said it will launch a new fund today that will invest exclusively in Hong Kong's booming equity market. The fund is the latest in Nomura's "Aurora" series, which buys shares in global stock markets on behalf of individual Japanese investors. The fund is aimed at giving Japanese individuals an alternative to funds that invest in domestic stocks.
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July 27, 1992 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Broker to Launch Hong Kong Fund: Nomura Securities Co., Japan's largest brokerage, said it will launch a new fund today that will invest exclusively in Hong Kong's booming equity market. The fund is the latest in Nomura's "Aurora" series, which buys shares in global stock markets on behalf of individual Japanese investors. The fund is aimed at giving Japanese individuals an alternative to funds that invest in domestic stocks.
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BUSINESS
December 12, 1988
More than 40 years after the country ended its occupation of the British colony, Japan has become one of Hong Kong's largest foreign real estate investors. Japanese companies bought almost $650 million worth of Hong Kong property last year--triple their 1986 investment, real estate analysts estimate, and investment in 1988 is expected to equal the 1987 level. Speculators who have taken the plunge have invested heavily in commercial, residential and hotel projects.
BUSINESS
December 12, 1988
More than 40 years after the country ended its occupation of the British colony, Japan has become one of Hong Kong's largest foreign real estate investors. Japanese companies bought almost $650 million worth of Hong Kong property last year--triple their 1986 investment, real estate analysts estimate, and investment in 1988 is expected to equal the 1987 level. Speculators who have taken the plunge have invested heavily in commercial, residential and hotel projects.
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